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How Do I Tie a Half Windsor Knot?

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To tie the half windsor knot, select a necktie of your choice and stand in front of a mirror. Start with the wide end ('W') of your necktie on the right, extending about 12 inches below the narrow end ('N') on the left then cross the wide end over the narrow end ring the wide end around and behind the narrow end. Bring the wide end up and pull the wide end through the loop and to the right. Bring the wide end around front, over the narrow end from right to left. Again, bring the wide end up and through the loop. Then, bring the wide end down through the knot in front. And using both hands, tighten the knot carefully and draw it up to the collar.
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To tie a half windsor knot, extend the wide end of the tie about 12 inches down (on the right side) from the narrow end (on the left side). Then, take the wide end across the narrow
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To start off select a necktie and stand in front of your mirror. Start with the wide end of your necktie on the right hand side, about 10-12 inches below the narrow end that is positioned
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Hang the tie around your neck with the wide end hanging at least 10 inches lower than the narrow end. Cross the wide end in front and to the back of the narrow end. Pull the wide
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